Snow Tube Park Open
Only 3 to 8 Runs Will be Opened Daily (see the Winter Activities Page for details)
Open - Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Martin Luther King Day: Monday, January 18.
Presidents Day: Monday, February 15.
Spring Break: Friday, March 13 - Sunday, March 21.
Tickets are limited: Purchase Here.
While we would like to recreate as we have in the past, things will look a little different this year. However, we encourage everyone to take the opportunity to enjoy our outdoor spaces and fresh mountain air while abiding to the guidance of the Larimer county and the CDC. (Learn more link to Larimer County Dashboard). At this time guests should be in groups of no more than 10 people all from one household.
Due to COVID Regulations we must register each guests on our property. For those wanting to use our Trail Head Parking for Hiking on our trail system when there is not enough snow to ski or snow shoe, please come to the office for your $5.00 pass and registration.
Winter Activity Pass Purchase for Hiking, Ice-Skating, Snow Shoeing, Cross Country Skiing and Ice Fishing are offered online for contactless purchase (purchase passes here). You may also purchase your pass by phone at 970-881-2450. Please understand that there may be a delay in phone purchase orders. When you purchase your pass online or by phone you will reserve your date and time for participating. You may purchase passes onsite, however keep in mind that onsite pass purchases may be delayed and once guests capacity of 75 people per time slot has been met we will close various time slots. Where to go with your pass.
Be Prepared Four-wheel drive, snow tires or chains are required for winter driving in the Colorado mountains. Restrooms have limited capacity and are only available at our base and campground area. Please plan accordingly before departing for your visit. Dress for winter conditions, cold temperatures and be ready for some snowy walking in the woods. Conditions will be icy, boot chains or high traction snow boots are suggested.
When You Arrive to help maintain 6 feet of social distancing please put on your winter gear at your vehicle and use your vehicle as your break space. Indoor areas such as; the Pavilion Pub, Ranch House Restaurant, Little Log Shelter, Office and Gift Shop will have limited capacity. If you desire a private indoor space we suggest renting a condo, camper cabin or lodge room for the day or overnight.
Ice-Skating Check-in: For all of these activities, guests will check in at our Big Bear Pavilion. Guests will go to the registration window. Please wait 6 feet back while other guests purchase their passes, then guests will go to the rental window to pick-up their skates. Both windows are outside service Ice-Skating Ponds will be limited to 25 people per pond.
Equipment Rental Return: For ice-skates, Skis and snowshoes will be located outside of the Big Bear Pavilion.
Masks Are Required in all indoor public areas and when 6 feet distancing cannot be achieved in outdoor public areas. Guests who have experienced COVID symptoms or exposure within the last 14 days should delay plans to visit for at least 14 days. Please go to the Larimer County Dashboard for current COVID-19 guidelines.
Food and Beverage Service: The Ranch House Restaurant will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm. Window Service is available from the Restaurant Deck. To-Go orders may be placed there or by phone in advance. Enjoy your favorite libations, a toddy of Hot Chocolate to go, a Brick-Oven Fire Roasted Pizza, Family Pack Meals with generous portions, plates, cutlery and everything you need for a picnic and so much more. Indoor and outdoor seating is also a dining option. Reservations and advance orders can be made by calling 970-881-2450.
|Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch is committed to the health and safety of our guests and our team. Please be aware that exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location. We have taken numerous steps to reduce this inherent risk and ask that you familiarize yourself with the safety precautions, requirements and updates (link below) prior to your visit. You should evaluate your own risk level when determining whether to visit. By coming to Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with your attendance. Thank you.|
|CDC guidelines and local Colorado guidelines are followed and exceeded to ensure your safety. Additional cleaning, sanitization, and daily employee health awareness are in place, we ask all guests to follow the following procedures while you are enjoying your stay at the resort:|
|Stay informed with daily updates from Larimer County COVID-19 Dashboard|
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Thank you for understanding.